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Perspective: Pakistan Did Not Fail Quaid-E Azam in 'Unity, Faith, Discipline'

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Perspective: Pakistan Did Not Fail Quaid-e Azam in 'Unity, Faith, Discipline'

Pakistan might not be the perfect nation by other silly world standards, Pakistanis might not agree with one another at every little point but they certainly seem to never cease in agreeing on bigger things...

They say the world is moving towards betterment, that we are evolving day by day. Scientifically, we certainly are evolving. Today such technology is present which man couldn't even conjure in his wildest dreams just a century ago but the question is whether or not our character, our morality is also evolving for the better as human beings or are we simply going back to our animal-selves? Are we becoming better humans, better persons? I say we are not, save Pakistan. The one shining example of morality and humanity in this day and age might very well be our great nation of Pakistan.

The founder of Pakistan, Quaid-e Azam couldn't have been more proud of his creation today if he were here because of how the nation has wholeheartedly followed his motto: Unity, Faith, Discipline. No other nation can ever compete with ours when it comes to these three qualities prescribed by the founding father.

Let us take the first quality into consideration. I don't think any nation has ever showed true unity like the Pakistanis have practiced it. When it is practiced in unison, even in acts that might be called reckless, technically speaking, it is still 'unity'. So, when they recklessly and heartlessly - but collectively - slaughter and torture Ahmadis, of course, it is unity - And, so they believe. The unity present among Pakistanis is astonishing as the whole nation stands together in deciding Ahmadis' faith, casting them out of Islam; and none wants to break from the ranks to be seen standing up for Ahmadis or when Ahmadis unduly claim any rights they erroneously believe Quaid had promised. And, of course, why would they? They are equally united in their fears as well. Nobody fancies...

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